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followed. >>> first lady michelle obama was in fine form celebrating her 49th birthday. the white house said the president and mrs. obama dined with friends last night at an italian restaurant at washington's upscale georgetown neighborhood. earlier in the day, the first lady debuted her hairdo featuring new bangs in a twitter pic she featured online. we'll see if the new do is there for inauguration day. very cute. >> in fact preparations for the parties and the president's big day is well under way. nbc's tracie potts has details. hi. >> reporter: hi, good morning. it's a lot of work. i want to show you some animation that gives you a virtual look at what people will see and what you're seeing if you're not here televised on monday when president obama for the second time this year takes the oath of office. remember he does the first official and private one at the white house on sunday, then the big event here on monday. all of this being built up at the capitol, the president will give his speech there which analysts say should not be partisan, he should stick to the middle of the r
is michelle bernard the president and korea of the person senator center for women politics and public policy. she's joining us from washington, d.c. and with me in the studio is the always insightful strategist donnie fowler. welcome inside "the war room"." >> glad to be here. >> i'm going to start with you. the republicans, do we start to see cracks in the wall of obstruction? are they starting to budge or is that just wishful thing on our part. >> no, we're seeing cakes here and there. i have to start off with lisa murkowski. you got to say that women always seem to understand how to-- >> jennifer: so pragmatic absolutely. >> a shout out to lisa murkowski tonight p but also to newt gringrich. what i would really have like to have heard from the former speaker is not just which battles to pick, but why have a battle at all? why not really think about what is the most porn thing--the most important thing that we can do for the nation and what we can do to governor this and do their job. there is no fight for. donnie why should republicans listen to newt gringrich. >> he has experience. back
murals and help prepare. -- repair. first lady michelle obama at the elementary school inaugural ball. the official swearing-in at around noon. before the public swearing-in that happens on monday, along with the capitol lunch and a parade down pennsylvania avenue. all of that happening monday. starting at 7:00 a.m. eastern. the public inauguration ceremony, that will be held on the capital said. that they happens to be martin luther king, the holiday that celebrates his legacy. the senate historian gave a historical perspective. health varioust variou presidents treat the de. >>-- the various ways presidents treat the day. >> the constitution rights of the oath of office. -- rights out the oath of office. -- writes out the oath of office. most presidents say, "so help me god." there was a tradition, a folklore that developed that washington said, "so help me god." we as historians have been looking for any possible resource. we're not sure about this. one of the accounts was given to us by washington irving. he gave his ramparts that washington said, -- rememberance that washington s
birthday. also, it is michelle obama's birthday. happy birthday to michelle. i know you're watching. i know you're getting this show. see you next time. she's watching, isn't she? >> jennifer: i'm jennifer granholm. tonight in "the war room," the far right's response to any proposal put forth by the president has become so predictable, so set in stone that any description of it is merely a matter of filling in the blanks. the american people overwhelmingly support -- >> gun safety reform. >> jennifer: spread of the will of american people, congressional republicans can do anything they can to -- >> stop gun safety reform. >> jennifer: they're beholding to special-interest groups. in this case -- >> announcer: the national rifle association. >> jennifer: their refusal to support gun safety reform will hurt them especially among women. it can best be described as moronic, ill-advised thinking, hash tag fail system overload. system overload. system overload. >> jennifer: so yesterday the president showed strong resolve in calling for new gun safety legislation and today republicans reacted by
half, and my dance partner, michelle obama. [applause] ♪ i am so love with you ♪ . >>reporter: inauguration is about music, marches and of course speeches. >> we will respond to the threat of climate change. knowing that the failure to do so betray our children and future generation. our journey is not complete until the gay brother and sisters are treated like anyone else under the law. progress doesn't compel to us settle century long debate about the role of government for all times. but it does require us to act in our time. >>reporter: some of the key themes from the president speech today on the capitol steps. now the day began with public ceremony on the steps of the capitol before a crowd that may have surpassed 1 million people. david muir watched date of history unfold. >> white house salute to the president. about to be sworn in before the nation. first at one point 7 mile trip to the capitol. ahead of the president on the west front of the capitol, former president. secretary of state. cheers of national maul for the clinton. mrs. clinton lacking better af
. >> in the midst of all this spectacle, michelle obama says she's keeping her kids grounded. we're going to peel back the curtain on the kids' daily routine and see how their lives have changed in the white house. and an interview with former secretary of state colin powell, as he would like to see an african american president who's a republican in his lifetime. first an inaugural flashback. >>> we must be ready to dare all for our country. >> i think the reason so many inaugural speeches are not memorable is they're like graduation speeches. the president reaches for these large themes. we remember lincoln's. we remember fdr's. do we remember reagan's? >> let us begin an era of national renewal. >> we remember jfk's. >> ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country. >> sometimes they fall flat. it does depend upon the circumstance -- if there's a war, if there's a depression, those are the moelts that create great speeches in a certain sense, but it also depends upon the person being able to inject himself into that moment. ♪ [ male announcer ] every car we b
evaluations to expand. david: lets michelle and she won one of those countries, japan. some people say this new leader going in the opposite direction of the free market putting controls in the central bank that didn't have before. does that control concerned at all that japan could be going in the wrong direction? >> quite the opposite. we believe he is a catalyst on lackinunlocking the market for s now. they are prenatally cheap. they exist at exceedingly low levels compared to other markets in the world. the pressure he is putting on the bank of japan to intervene at the end is good for japanese multinationals. they've encouragewe have encouro step and the japanese equity market in a hedge position given the fact the dollar is expected to strengthen and already has take advantage of valuation expansion in the japanese market. liz: you have one side of the government saying stop weakening the yen, and all the sudden the yen strengthened, the dollar plummeted. is there an opportunity you see? >> i think that is a pretty worn out trade. we're hearing a lot. liz: let's just say the doll
california, believe it or not. michelle malkin joins us as she does every thursday. >> brian: senator marco rubio might be teaming up with a guy he might be teaming up with, paul ryan, about immigration reform. he'll talk about that and so much more, including some gun reform executive orders the president put forward. and jack hannah will be here with wild animals. we'll try to tame him. >> gretchen: you buried the least. one of the last times jack was here, we almost all died. >> brian: right. but thankfully, i was able to handle the killer snake while jack hannah ran for the hills. >> steve: those were the days. >> gretchen: i hope he have that video. let's get that racked up. now a fox news alert. >> steve: break news out of algeria. news that 20 hostages being held bay terror group have escaped, including a number of americans. how many americans and what do we know? heather has the latest from the news room. >> good morning. we are learning a lot of new information right now. it's breaking. so i'm going to keep looking at my computer. the associated press is now reporting that perhaps
at the driveway of his mississippi home. michele obama and her daughters looking very happy. let's take a listen. [patriotic music playing] bret: it there we see vice president joe biden introduced. nancy pelosi is behind him and then you see president obama. it is still ain't getting ready for that speech. megyn: it will all be written out for him, there is nothing to worry about. [footsepts] [footsteps] [inaudible conversations] [patriotic music playing] megyn: that was the president walking through the credits. can anybody tell me what that is? bret: it is the part right under the middle of the statuary hall where the donors. megyn: do think that is an odd name for that part of our capital? speech you know, i don't. megyn: they have emerged through the crypt and now shall begin shell began the actual ceremony. we have been listening and will continue to listen to the united states marine band. they have been playing since 1801 for thomas jefferson. they are america's oldest professional musical organization. >> the president of the united states, barack obama. [applause] [cheers] [applause] [
and personal. in an exclusive interview with pbs "newshour's" spencer michels. >> it drives me crazy when people say, you haven't done anything. should we cut the colleges more and pump it into the prisons? >> our spotlight on politics coming up next.
, of course, speaking of hair, first lady michelle obama rocking a new do, has some bangs. michelle obama debuting the new look yesterday. that was actually her 49th birthday as well. happy birthday. >>> monday, not just the day of president obama's second inauguration. it is also martin luther king jr. day. i spoke with the reverend king's youngest child bernice king at the martin luther king center here in atlanta about her new children's book and how she thinks we should remember her father and his message. >> dr. king's work and his mission and his messages are important to the future of our nation. and although we have come a long way, we still have to finish the work of dr. king. this is the 50th anniversary year i have a dream speech. and so we thought it aprapo to put his words in print. so there are wonderful oil paintings throughout. very few people are able to capture him and i think he's done just a wonderful job here. >> what do you think is the most important thing you can do to serve your community on this day? >> what i think is most important is that you serve. you know,
dipardou. >>> one of the big points about yesterday's presidential inauguration was what michelle obama would wear. earlier monday, as you can see there, michelle obama wore a navy coat and dress by tom brown and belt and gloves by j. crew. that's another long time favorite. the first lady has established herself as an international style trend setter and the clothes she has worn have sold out at retailers. j. crew is private now, but who knows, maybe there will be investor demand soon. u.s. "squawk box" is up next.
to the hard rock of brotherhood. dr. carson where are we? we have a black man in the white house but michelle alexander who endorsed her book, she is the author of that wonderful book the new jim crow. the statistic she writes about where black people are right now in the 21st century. we are underemplunderempl oyed. we are unemployed and more afflicted with aids and other diseases and diabetes and more of diabetes and morbus are incarcerated. lee gets tougher sentences for the same crimes as five people get we have a black president and i'm thinking for silence in the black community for me is definitely coming from our generation. we approach everything and we want we want moriches said after we got the voting rights. civil rights, we wanted more and 65. think the black community -- >> guest: you can see the difference between the kind of support that king got when he was fighting for civil rights reform. up until 1965 the level of support came when you look at the polls overwhelming support in the black community and wide spread support among whites for what he was trying to do. if you loo
where are we? we have a black man in the white house and michele alexander endorsed your book the new jim crow. the statistics she writes about where black people are right now when the 21st century we are underemployed, unemployed, more afflicted with aids than other diseases of obesity and diabetes. more of us are incarcerated and get tough sentences for the same crimes. the suns in the black community for me is deafening coming from our generation. we would protest everything. as you said after we got the voting rights and civil rights, we wanted more and 65. why do you think -- >> guest: you can see the difference behind the kind of support king got when he was fighting for civil rights reforms after 1965 the level of support for king if you look at the polls, overwhelming support in the black community, widespread support even among the whites for what he was trying to do. if you look at after 65 when he moved to chicago and when he takes a stand on viet nam and higgins to support garbage workers and poor people in the poor people's campaign which is the first occupied movement h
of brotherhood we have a black man in the white house but michele alexander is the author of the new jim crow she talks about statistics in the 21st century under employed and unemployed clear more afflicted with aids and obesity with tougher sentences for the same crimes but we have a black president and i think the silence in the black community is deafening we would protest everything after we got voting rights and we wanted more. leidy think they are silent? >> you can see the difference of the support that king got when he was fighting for civil rights reform through 65 the level of support with the widespread support for what he was trying to do. after 1965 moving to chicago with garbage workers and for people he wanted to occupy the national mall. even during the occupy campaign in recent years no one point* something so for word with his support it went down dramatically. >> host: why? they thought it would make white people angry? >> guest: there was support for the early king for the black people doing well so for them once you remove the jim crow barriers come to the agenda is gone. at
michelle roberts. and our task force has the responsibility for planning and coordinating all of the military ceremonial support for the inaugural activities. once the luncheon is complete, the president and the first lady, the vice president and the second lady will be escorted out to the east front of the capitol, where they will be greeted by the commander of the task force and he will escort them down the steps to take the review. and the review is presidential escort unit which is comprised of approximately 380 service members. followed by each of the service honor guards and the u.s. army band as well as the marine corps band. and they will go past the president's location on the steps on the east front of the capitol. and once they complete the pass and review. then the presidential escort, they fall into the motorcade and they start the parade route. along the parade route, we have approximately 2,300 military personnel participating in the parade. approximately 10,000 total personnel in the parade. and the way the parade is organized, there are five divisions in this
's not helping the markets there. let's bring in michelle caruso-cabre caruso-cabrera. >> yeah, you could see it was choppy and spain borrowed a whole lot of money, $6 billion worth. they had no trouble doing so. that helped push the euro to the highs of the day. we're showing you the ten-year yield for spain over the last year. it's down -- we wanted to give you context. remember it was the summer when they were getting very nervous about 7% yields. now we're down to 5%. some of the spanish bonds very long term. due in 2041. so they have clearly regained some of the confidence of the markets. take a look at this six-month chart. the big decline in particular of nearly 30% when it comes to their long-term interest rates. european stocks, they were choppy today though. driven in part by a german news report that said german regulators are running a simulation on what would happen if banks were forced to split their retail and investment activities. think of german glass steagall. so they got hit particularly hard, falling more than 3% before recovering off the lows. there were rumors denied by
are coming up and taking pictures with their family, i promise you, michelle and i are very nice to them and we have a wonderful time. but it doesn't prevent them from going onto the floor of the house and blasting me for being a big spending socialist. ♪ you know my heart burns for you... ♪ i'm up next, but now i'm singing the heartburn blues. hold on, prilosec isn't for fast relief. cue up alka-seltzer. it stops heartburn fast. ♪ oh what a relief it is! and his new boss told him two things -- cook what you love, and save your money. joe doesn't know it yet, but he'll work his way up from busser to waiter to chef before opening a restaurant specializing in fish and game from the great northwest. he'll start investing early, he'll find some good people to help guide him, and he'll set money aside from his first day of work to his last, which isn't rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. when the doctor told me that i could smoke for the first week... i'm like...yeah, ok... little did i know that one week later i wasn't smoking. [ male announcer ] along with supp
." captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com >>> it's thursday, january 17. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. we have some big developments this morning regarding that hostage crisis in algeria. militants who are holding dozens of people captive at that natural gas facility now claim that algerian helicopters have opened fire and have killed 35 hostages and 15 of the kidnappers. again, this is not independently confirmed. we are getting that information through the wires from militants so take it with a grain of salt. a short time earlier an algeriaian security official said about 20 hostages including americans and europeans had escaped. the militants attacked the gas complex yesterday about 800 miles south of algiers. >>> by all indications, this is a terrorist act. and the united states strongly condemns these kinds of terrorist acts. it is a very serious matter when americans are taken hostage. >> the militants say they are part of an al qaeda-affiliated group operating in north africa to punish algeria fo
place after the lunch that matt discussed. ma'am? >> thank you. as they said, i'm colonel michelle roberts from the national capital region, and our task force has the responsibility for planning and coordinating all of the military ceremonial support for the inaugural activities. um, once the luncheon is complete, the president, the first lady, the vice president and the second lady will be escorted out to the east front of the capitol where they will be greeted by major general michael linnington, the commander of the task force, and he will escort them down the steps to take what is called the pass and review. and the pass and review, essentially, is the presidential escort unit which is comprised of approximately 380 service members followed by each of the service honor guards and, um, the u.s. army band as well as the marine corps band. and they will go past the president's location on the steps on the east front of the capitol. and once they complete the pass and review, then the presidential escort, they fall into the, um, the motorcade, and then they start the parade route.
of tension in the room with the president yesterday. >> i promise you michelle and i are very nice to him and we have a wonderful time, but it doesn't prevent them from going onto the floor of the house and, you know, blasting me for being a big spending socialist. martha: and of course it was republicans that the president says he gets along fine with at picnics, and then they call him names on the floor of the congress. critics have called those comments pit ooh length, childless. bill: north carolina among numerous states pursuing major tax changes. we'll talk to the man leading the charge in the tar heel state. see if it works for your state. martha: from sci-fi to real life the robot that can think like a baby. ♪ singing] [ male announcer ] with over 50 delicious choices of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... ♪ and feel like a green giant. ♪ ho ho ho ♪ green giant and i'm here to tell homeowners that are 62 and older about a great way to live a better retirement. it's called a reverse mortgage. [ male announcer ] call right now to receive your free dvd and
is michelle obama on the announcement. very positively to walmart move. no one thinks they should have to fight for a job once they return home. no guarantees that the that will get a job, but they are saying, hey, we want you military veterans. there is other news as well, $50 billion in u.s. products is what walmart plans to purchase for its store shelves. urban legend gets a lot of its products overseas, two thirds of its products come from u.s. manufacturers. that is said to increase because asia labor costs are going up and shipping costs are going up as well. dagen: walmart has a history of hiring veterans. this is not anything new. it is illustrated in the executive comments. >> the world's biggest retailer. the workforce about the size of the u.s. military. he wants military veterans. this will be a great pr because of the negative reactions and union protests around the country. it is an interesting pr move. he wants them, he thinks they are great workers. connell: today it is all positive. thank you, liz. dagen: already the largest private employer. despite being non-union. c
: and where was first lady michelle obama last night? kicking off at the star-studded kids inaugural concert and peter doocy with the details. >> reporter: i hope i'm not coming up empty handed since i don't have a picture of the scone i just ate for breakfast. yesterday's dinner, something wrong. >> i can forward to you yesterday's dinner, brian, but last night was the big kids inaugural ball at the washington e-- rather, walter e convention center just up the street, just up massachusetts avenue. as for the big stars, katie perry was the headliner, usher performed the opening act, the far east movement was there as well. katie perry you see on the screen in a patriotic red, white and blue outfit and some other performers included the soul children of chicago, a cover of come together by the beatles and a special appearance by washington, jefferson, lincoln, roosevelt normally only seen at nationals ballpark in the spring and ran through the convention center, it's still 24 days before the pitchers and catchers report for spring training and 2009 the crowd at the event was small. 14,000 pe
don't know exactly what john boehner said to the president, but michelle obama appears to be rolling her eyes at that. >> brian: he's shaking it off like i cannot believe he's doing it again. >> gretchen: looks like bainer and obama are laughing about t. hey, you're going to listen to me about the debt ceiling discussion this time? let us know what you think they were actually talking about that would make them laugh and michelle obama give the eye roll. let us know. you can twitter us or e-mail us. >> brian: we'll find out what happened because as you mentioned, the president seemed to be okay with it. >> steve: maybe he didn't see it. they were just talking about something -- we don't know. >> brian: we'll get the speaker on. >> steve: that would be nice. let's make some phone calls. in the meantime, 25 minutes before the top of the hour on this tuesday. it may be the worst arctic storm the midwest has seen in years, they're saying. it triggered a pileup in cincinnati, ohio, involving 86 cars. for more on this bitter cold weather, check in with maria molina. we got the jet stream.
press club speaker committee member who organized today's event. and michelle who is a national spokesperson of hispanic journalists. until yesterday. [applause] before becoming the mayor of los angeles, the 41st mayor, during his youth he became a farmworker volunteer and activist leading student walkout. this led him on the path taking him state assembly. also city hall and the inner circle of the democratic national committee, where he chaired the 2012 convention in charlotte. regarding the topic of immigration, mayor antonio villaraigosa has said that the time is now to pass comprehensive immigration reform. he has slammed congress for doing nothing on the issue. yet on sunday on face the nation he said he was heartened that republican senator john mccain and others have been discussing solutions. given the country's current fiscal fights, is it realistic to expect immigration anytime soon so how does the mayor feel about local immigration initiatives? well, immigration is not the only topic on the mayor's agenda. he has been discussing gun control, the economy, and many oth
. >> michelle, thank you very much. meanwhile, we're at the height of earnings season. bank of america and kayla tausche has the, both of those banks hit by steep legal costs. citi only released $86 million from this pool. until had can see how it affects the housing recovery. releasing $900 million, as well, and that pool includes mortgages. while b of a is not entirely out of the woods, kreismt o brian moynihan said the settlement means that earnings should now be clearer, with growth across all businesses and expenses declining 6% in the last year. he says the drop in delinquency rates should shave arch additional $1 billion out of expenses by q3. other than the, they said citi needs to set more efficiency targets across the bank, and those targets should be clearer in the upcoming months. both companies noting the overall capital positions better than last year. back to you. >> kayla, thank you so much. making it relatively easy to understand. for more analysis, let's bring in jeff hart. good morning, these are a bit impenetrable. how do you read them? >> that's the trouble. they're big comp
is the president's legacy as far as how we interact with congress? guest: mitch mcconnell/joe biden -- michelle obama was rolling her eyes at the inaugural luncheon yesterday, supposedly. john boehner talked behind her and i don't think there is a love lost between john boehner and barack obama. it was going so badly recently in december that john boehner stepped aside and the vice president and minority leader of the senate had to take over. at this point, you have the president and john boehner not committing to talk to each other about the next spending fight. that is not a good sign. host: what will they second obama term mean for the supreme court? guest: there are many big issues. i suppose there is the possibility of another supreme court appointment. that is always a moment re- litigate a lot of big social issues before the country. i think we will be looking at potentially historic rulings on affirmative action, on gay marriage, all kinds of economic issues. if he goes ahead on climate change, i don't know if it will get to the supreme court, but that will be litigious in the extreme.
obama, speaker boehner? guest: mitch mcconnell, joe biden. michelle obama is rolling her eyes or making a fence at the inaugural luncheon yesterday when obama and boehner talked behind her. lost betweenlove the two. now at this point you have but the president and boehner committing not to talk to each other about the next big spending fight. not a good sign. host: what will second obama term mean for the court? guest: a lot of big issues, and i suppose there is the possibility of another supreme court appointment, which is always a moment to read-tod litigate social issues. we will look at potentially historic rulings on affirmative action, economic issues, gay marriage, and if he goes ahead on climate change, i do not know if it will get the court, but that will be with just in extreme. i think this -- despite the fact that the president and chief justice managed twice to get through the oath of office without any mistakes of the last couple of days, you are still going to see a huge gulf between the conservative majority of the supreme court and this white house, particularly under t
know, it's commanding and it's beautiful, passionate. and all of those things describe michelle obama. >> and the stars have gathered in park city, utah for the acclaimed sundance film festival including actress mariel hemingway opening up about her family's illness. history of mental illness and her new documentary, "running from crazy." we'll talk to her coming up. but first, want to turn to finances. a lot of americans don't pay off credit cards every month but letting a balance build up over time can cost you thousands, cripple finances. ali velshi and christine romans explain. >> two things to show you. first, the new study from ohio state university. shows that kids in their 20s and 30s, our age, they have more late 20s, early 30s, more credit card debt than older consumers and repaying it closlowly. 8,000 more than their grandparents did. younger card holders will die owing money. >> which means they should pay that off. if you owe money by the time you're dying you've paid a lot of interest in your life. >> most people i think don't understand how much you're paying when payin
because michelle is over there. you know what happens you is hear that there are riots, and you send her over to confirm it. it's not that they're rioting because she's there. >> then you wouldn't be -- you think that the transports right now are for some reason they're up here but no good reason. >> it's not that the stocks are somehow omniscient, they're a reflection of the underlying goods flow. >> is there any of the groups in the transports more vulnerable? rails are still pretty good, right? >> we have the truckers rated underperform. >> the truckers are where you're worried about -- >> i'm worried the most there. quite frankly we're seeing 6 something percent cost inflation get improved margin wer. out of that? very difficult. very difficult. least worried about certain segments of rail union pacific in particular simply because they're a great ben rush i of fracking and the research the chemical research. >> okay. we'll -- be a little less bullish maybe just listen like you said, we'll keep that in mind. thank you. >> thank you. >> all right. when we come back on "squawk," the ce
to make up for those changes. >> michelle stein. you said as part of medicare reform you would like to see an emphasis on a proven delivery system and integrated care and i was wondering if you could give a few more specifics as what the delivery system you would be willing to support. >> we think the changes in the affordable care act and demonstrations are moving in the right direction. particularly when we pay more for high-quality care, more for quality than we do for volume. we think providing more help information technology so that we have more information and don't have to duplicate tests is a good direction. we would be providing consumers with more information so they can make wise choices. there is a whole slew of policy actions that most health economists in this town agreed would help squeeze off their excess funding that we have and we think that is the direction that we should be looking when we reform health care, not the direction of shifting costs or slashing reimbursement rates. >> any further questions? okay. in the corner. >> you talked about a separate track for entit
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